20 Questions with MK Shaul Mofaz

In our exclusive Q & A session, the Kadima MK and newly appointed head of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee opines that the Obama administration’s conflict resolution was doomed from the start.

By DEBORAH DANAN
December 12, 2010 14:10
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